Table of Contents
1.1 Company Background5 - 6
2.0 Target Market7
3.0 Operations Objectives & strategies8 - 10
Finexasia Operations Strategies10 - 12
4.0 Integration & Problems of Operations Objectives13
5.0 Recommendation & Conclusion14
The purpose of this report is to analyze the operations objectives and strategies in Finexasia.com Sdn. Bhd.
Established in 2001; Finexasia.com Sdn. Bhd. operates the premier financial website of www.osk188.com. Finexasia.com Sdn Bhd is a leading Internet financial technologies and services company which aims to develop a network of Pan Asian Internet portals that provide electronic stock broking and related services.
We have studied this organization by identifying the operations strategy and relating the operations strategy and objectives within the broad market criteria. After that, we also explain the achievement of the operations objectives that were used in the organization. Through this report, we have tried to comprehensively cover the operations management module and recommended changes to continue to improve the operations strategy.
In this modern era, each and every company focuses on the operational method and strategies to provide maximum customer customers. According to Slack, Chambers & Johnston, operations management is defined as the process of managing resources to produce & deliver products and services to customers. Operations management basically involves the near-term planning and coordination of work within various departments (Slack, Chambers & Johnston, 2010). The operations of a company are usually managed by one or more operations managers depending on the scale and resources of a company.
In order to run and manage any operations, there has to be strategies imposed. In short, strategy is
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